Qoileez! Accessories Review #ad

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Posted by Dina N

Qoileez! are adorable accessories that can be used on anything from pencils and knitting needles to hair and clothing. Even the most run-of-the-mill pencil becomes an expression of my daughter's fashion sense and creativity with Qoileez! That mess of cables under my desk? I can color-code each and keep them organized with a few Qoileez!

I received free samples of Qoileez! for review, and I absolutely love their cuteness and infinite uses. These handy accessories are made of smooth flexible plastic, shaped like a spiral. They are light weight and very easy to use - just stretch the spiral and twirl it over the object you want to decorate. My kids love using Qoileez! on pens, markers, and crayons, but also in their hair, on shoelaces and belt hoops, and the list is still growing.

Qoileez! come in a variety of colors and fun designs. There are stars, stripes, dots, flowers, and more. My daughter loves the pinkalicious surprise mix - no surprise here, since her favorite color is pink. The set called "baby boy blue dots" is oh so cute, and it's definitely not just for boys. The flower power surprise mix is my personal favorite among the sets I received. It includes flowers, dots, and stars, all very pretty and stylish.

Qoileez! are not just for kids. Adults can use them as wine glass charms, knitting needle holders, eyeglass decorations - the sky is the limit here. They are very affordable: a pack of 7 retails for $4.99, and a pack of 14 is $7.99. Be warned - looking for yet another way to use Qoileez! can become pretty addictive.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. holdenj said...

    They look like a great idea! And nice that the kids could use them too.

  2. Jane said...

    These are cute. I'm thinking I can use these to make cellphone charms.

  3. cheryl c said...

    Cute idea! I would use them as power cord holders.

  4. Sandra VanHoey said...

    I'm sure my granddaughters could put something like these to good use and would most likely use their imaginations and make hair accessories and so much more. I think they'd love for their pencils too

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